Oppo unveiled its Watch on March 6 and today it's releasing it in China with its custom OS, ECG sensor and attractive price tags.
Oppo Watch has a square AMOLED screen which is either 1.6" or 1.9" in diagonal, depending on the variant. There are two buttons on the side of the aluminum casing and a selection of rubber bands. On the inside, Oppo equipped the Watch with Snapdragon Wear 2500, 8 GB RAM and an eSIM slot.
A company executive promised the Oppo Watch will arrive in Western Europe eventually, but its LTE network will only be available to carriers with eSIM support. The price in China is CNY1,499 (about $215) for the 41 mm version, while the 46 mm variant costs CNY1,999 (that’s a bit under $290).
Alongside the watch, the Chinese manufacturer also launched the exclusive Lamborghini version of the Find X2 Pro flagship. The design of the phone is based on the Aventador SVJ Roadster and on the inside it comes with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
In the retail box you get an exclusive case, Oppo’s TWS headphones, a car charger that supports SuperVOOC and, of course, the 65W charger with the proprietary cable.
The price of Oppo Find X2 Pro Lamborghini is CNY13,000 - yes, the phone costs about $1,900. The original Oppo Find X Lamborghini sold out in seconds, so hopefully, this version will stick around on the retail shelves a bit more.